Archives for : November 2014

The Secret Wars

Despite assurances from his campaigns in 2008 and 2012, Barack Obama has not ended the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. While ground forces have vacated, the regions remain active war zones thanks to the President’s expansive drone program, which costs the American taxpayers billions of dollars each year. Surprisingly, mainstream media service Reuters (of all places) has expertly dissected Obama’s illegal war and calls out the President for his Big Brother routine.



How to Start a War

Coming from the always on-point Truthloader is this brilliant primer on how governments systematically prepare its citizens for a war. This isn’t new information but the footage of global leaders pulling from the same playbook is incredible. For readers who don’t run their own countries: these tactics can also be employed at your office, your school or inside your own home.



The Singularity

Science fiction is my favorite literary genre and I’ve always loved the concept of The Singularity; the destruction of civilization by artificial intelligence. In my favorite novels it’s usually depicted as a violent war or insurrection. The Panjea scandal has me thinking that the destruction of society could come about from something much more subtle: social media.

Specifically, our willingness to compromise our privacy and put it in the hands of a corporation that has no loyalty to its’ customers is a naïve mistake that can transform a Democracy into a Big Brother tyranny.

With all we know about social media juggernauts’ attempts to track users and non-users alike through infected computers, we all owe 503-ERROR a debt of gratitude for exposing Victor Ignacio and Kevin Sharpe.

Of course, we’re still left wondering what their endgame could have been. With Ignacio on the run and Sharpe refusing to speak, it’s all speculation at this point. I suspect that the media’s favororite theory – that the SH1FT worm was meant to influence election outcomes – is a bit lacking. After all, the nation already has Diebold!

There’s also the question of the government’s involvement. The highest authorities have unanimously denounced Sharpe. “Gone rogue” may as well be his nickname at this point.. I think it would be foolish to ignore his DoD ties, however. I suspect that SH1FT’s purpose was far more sinister – a PRISM program on steroids. And with Ignacio still out there and Sharpe looking like he might avoid serious jail time, I sincerely doubt we’ve seen the last of SH1FT in whatever form the program will take now.



Casual Encounters


This car has become a companion for me over the last few days. It makes me think I’m being monitored but I have no idea why I would be… unless, for some reason, I’ve caused a stir with the FBI, DHS, the coal police, or a crazy fan. (David Letterman, I am not.)  Part of me wants to believe this is an odd coincidence, but it’s been the same car now since Saturday. I have seen it at the grocery store, across the street from my home, and at a gas station two towns over. Trying to keep a level head about this. Stay tuned…



The Most Evil Corporation

You’d think of all the choices out there, picking the World’s Most Evil Corporation would be difficult. Surprisingly, Monsanto has been the unanimous choice of the people for several years running. If you don’t know the name, take a look at this video, which details the many atrocities, both past and present, perpetrated by this CHEMICAL company masquerading as a AGRICULTURAL company.



November 25, 2014

Feeling better today and decided to run a few errands that have been piling up. At almost every stop along the way I am certain I saw the same Black Chevy Suburban. I know I’ve been on edge lately so I tried to ignore it, but it seems like too much of a coincidence that this car just happened to go to every place I went, right? Or am I just being paranoid?



Ringing, Ringing, Ringing

I feel like I’m losing my mind. I’m having trouble keeping my thoughts straight. Even when it’s not ringing I hear the phone echoing in my skull. I’ve unplugged my phone but that hasn’t really helped. It’s like the ringing is permenantly imprinted in my head. I apologize to all of you.

I promise more posts in the future. Let’s just call this one a sick day.



The Granddaddy of Them All

Fifty-one years after the fact, there are still questions about JFK’s assassination. Even though the official story has been staunchly defended by government elites, there is overwhelming evidence against it. Members of the “unimpeachable” Warren Commission have even come forward stating inconsistencies with the official story. Throw in the fact that absolutely no one denies that the FBI and CIA interfered in the investigation and you have a perfect storm of government deception.

The theories behind the how and why are fascinating and almost as fun to dissect as the Zapruder film itself. Through the noise, however, there has always been one theory that has stood out for me: Vice President Lyndon Johnson ordered the hit. If this video doesn’t convince you, then perhaps Jacqueline Kennedy, who spoke on the record about her beliefs, can.

If this still isn’t enough to convince you, you’re probably too naïve for this blog.



Dramatis Personai Protest

In the wake of the scandal surrounding this year’s election and the revelations about Dramatis Personai’s membership, it wouldn’t be surprising to learn that that were no longer active. However, as promised by their mouthpiece, YoureWelcomeSOS, the group took to the streets of Hollywood to protest privacy rights violations and the next administration’s Internet policies, proving they are alive and well.

Protesting outside the CNN building, the group made their obvious distrust of mainstream media known. Earlier this year they disabled CNN, as well as everymajor news outlet, in an attack on their biased journalism. YoureWelcomeSOS provided a few photos of tonight’s protest.




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No Good Choices in Cell Phones

Cell phones have become ubiquitous tools that have transformed from near-useless single-use bricks to slim high-speed computers filled with information about their owners. Now they are once again a privacy rights battleground pitting law “enforcement” agencies against American citizens.

Apple and Google’s announcement that their phones will come with automatic encryption features met with vocal disdain from FBI Director James Comey, who claimed that cops won’t be able to do their jobs unless they have instant access to your selfies (and can occasionally text themselves your nudes).

We know already of the warrantless wiretaps that supposedly ended in 2007, but recent leaks show that the government has merely altered their methods for illegally tapping into your cell phone.

By employing Cessna aircrafts outfitted with fake cell towers, aka “Dirtboxes,” agencies around the country are able to capture every call you make and can actually infiltrate the data on your phone. Unsurprisingly, they justify their methods by stating it’s for our own protection. Sadly, no level of standard encryption will protect consumers from having their cell phones exploited in this way and there are no clear signs that you’re connected to a fake tower unless, of course, your call is dropped.

Considering how many strange calls I’ve received lately, don’t be surprised if you find me on my roof with a pair of binoculars.